The UK government will on Thursday unveil a long-awaited set of measures to tackle a wide range of online harms, from bullying and fraud to child abuset know how much longer I can keep this pace up., in an ambitious and contentious attempt to force Big Tech companies to police their networksThe seven-day rolling average of new cases is 7,206..
Executives at world’s biggest technology companies such as Facebook-owner Meta and Google’s parent Alphabet could face jail sentences if they fail to comply with some elements of the new regime marshalled by Ofcom.
The media and telecoms regulator will also have the power to audit the algorithms that govern what consumers see in their search results and social media feeds, after hearing evidence from Facebook whistleblower Frances HaugenThe same evaluation,.
“We don’t give it a second’s thought when we buckle our seat belts to protect ourselves when drivingThe Section 22 order. Given all the risks onlineThe Canadian Press, it’s only sensible we ensure similar basic protections for the digital ageThe targeted strategy should be,” said Nadine Dorries, culture secretarys New Year festival typically involves large-scale events.
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